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Posts from July 2016

Canton Baseball TeamMassena, N.Y. - If you're a fan of baseball, you should make a point to visit the St. Lawrence County Historical Association's 15th annual Civil War reenactment at Robert Moses State Park in Massena bright and early on the morning of Saturday, July 30th! A game of rounders - a sport descended from the same ancestor as modern baseball - will be played at 10:30am in a moment of peace before the battle, followed by the roll call of local soldiers at 11am and a women's and children's frying pan toss at 11:30 (spectators are welcome to participate!).

Manitoga Trail NetworkVision of famed designer Russel Wright, trails also enhance access to Appalachian Trail, Hudson Highlands State Park

Garrison, N.Y. - The Open Space Institute announced today the protection of the trail network at Manitoga, a National Historic Landmark and celebrated Hudson Valley cultural attraction. The agreement guarantees permanent public access to Manitoga's scenic footpaths while protecting a key access point to the Appalachian Trail, through the adjacent Hudson Highlands State Park.

Empire Farm DaysSeneca Falls, N.Y. - The August 9-11, 2016 Empire Farm Days at Rodman Lott and Son Farms in Seneca Falls, NY, offers a host of exhibits and activities for families to enjoy.

The Farm Bureau Family Education Center has a grain box play area with straw bale seating, interactive games, puzzles, a coloring contest, and balloons. Check the tent for a special time each day for the children to add a small painted agricultural theme to their face or hand.

Star Trek Set TourComplete Set Reproductions Offer Fans Tour of Star Trek: The Original Series Sets in Ticonderoga, New York

Ticonderoga, NY, July 14, 2016 - Star Trek super-fan James Cawley is honoring the 50th anniversary of the iconic franchise with the opening of his meticulously designed Star Trek: The Original Series set tour. Located in historic Ticonderoga, New York and under license by CBS Consumer Products, the set tour brings memories to life by allowing fans to boldly go and tour the sets of the legendary Starship Enterprise.

Recreated exactly as they were laid out on the "Desilu" (now Paramount Pictures) Stage 9 in Hollywood for the original run of Star Trek, guests will be able to step onto the soundstage and be transported directly back to 1966. Starting this July, visitors can receive guided tours, photo opportunities and an immersive experience into the world of the classic television series.